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shippon

a stable used for the housing of farm animals.
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No pleas were taken during the hearing and Shippen spoke only to confirm his name, date of birth, address and nationality.
Magistrates remanded Shippen, of Whickham View, Benwell, in custody to next appear at Newcastle Crown Court on March 14.
Task dependency can be seen in the results of the studies by Torrents and colleagues, (22) Sato and coworkers, (24) and Bronner and Shippen, (25) which investigated associations between perceptual ratings and biomechanical variables in specific dance motor skills, while musical context dependency may explain the differences in results of the studies that examined nonspecific dance tasks.
Dr Shippen, from the University's Centre for Mobility and Transport, said: "It's a great honour to have been recognised in this way by the Royal Horticultural Society's judges and validates our on-going relationship with the RHS to introduce modern analysis methods into horticulture.
The old shippen, which would have housed about six cows, is still behind the premises.
The highest property score, more than 100 units, was Keystone, managed by Corcoran Jennison; for less than 100 units it was Shippen House, managed by Humphrey Management.
Shippen didn't know anything about golf until 1891 when Scotsman Willie Dunn was tapped to supervise construction of the Shinnecock Hills course.
They include her former manager Larry Rudolph, one-time assistant Shannon Funk and her ex-bodyguard Daimon Shippen.
Federline also demands that six of Spears's closest friends testify about her skills as a mum, including her two former assistants, Alli Sims and Shannon Funk, nanny Christine Hallet, drug rehab counsellor Dr Betty Wyman, bodyguard Daimon Shippen and ex-business manager Larry Rudolph.
Growing up on the reservation near the first 18-hole course in the country, Shippen mastered straight driving.
Bill Shippen of Apartment Realty Advisors (ARA) acted as broker, which marked Collins' third deal in Gwinnett County, and the Group's tenth new property acquired in 2005.